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Old   May 19, 2020, 16:19
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Hello everyone,

I like to simulate a drying process. In this case I want to evaporate water trough hot air.

Im searching for a suitable solver.

In this paper: http://www.mathcces.rwth-aachen.de/_..._moltrecht.pdf they use a modified version of the interMixingFoam solver.

My questions are: How difficult would it be to implement the missing equations for example the energy equation to the solver ?

And do you know other suitable solvers for this case ?

I am new to OpenFoam and I would appreciate some help.
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You can check sprayFoam
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